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Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory

"Donald Trump's election year tour of revenge continues as he oust more Republican members of Congress and helped strengthen his grip on the party in Wisconsin Michael's a wealthy Trump backed businessman won the Republican primary for governor defeating former lieutenant governor Rebecca clayfish and establishment candidate and Ron Johnson who has been embroiled in January 6 investigations easily won his primary but is considered the most vulnerable GOP senator up for reelection in liberal leaning Connecticut Lee or a levy had a surprising win over a more moderate rival a day before the primary when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago Trump held a tele town hall rally for her and in Washington state 6 term congresswoman Jamie Herrera butler who voted to impeach Trump conceded defeat I'm Julie Walker

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Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

"Founding member Sam gooden of the impressions has died at the age of 87 according to his daughter I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Sam gooden sang bass in the impressions which also included Jerry butler Curtis Mayfield and Richard and Arthur Brooks Their hits include people get ready it's all right and gypsy woman Mayfield went solo in 1970 but continued to write and produce for the impressions The group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 So people get ready gooden was still performing as the impressions into his 80s

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Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

"Sweltering heat strikes the east coast I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Dangerously high temperatures are threatening much of the northeast and Deep South as millions of Americans seek comfort from air conditioners fire hydrants fountains and cooling centers meteorologist Tony Picasso with the national weather service says hot temperatures will continue for at least several more days It looks like the hottest day will be on Sunday where we could see some widespread records or approaching records with temperatures in the middle and upper 90s and even near 100° especially between Philadelphia and New York City Brooklyn resident Vince butler says he doesn't even have air conditioning You got to take at least two three showers Officials urge people to seek shelter drink lots of water and be good samaritans by checking on elderly neighbors for signs of distress I'm Lisa

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Why We Should Value the Existance of God

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | Last month

Why We Should Value the Existance of God

"The biggest reason is if you believe God exists, but don't understand why that significant. Virtually. It's the same as atheism. It's useless. That is exactly right. And they don't. So that's why most people do believe in God, but it's pointless. They believe in it what I call a celestial butler, as you've heard me say so often. I love that. You know, take care of me, you know, I need the following, have a great day. What is this God want from you? Or why is murder not wrong if God isn't behind do not murder? Oh, boy is that true? That's the stuff that matters. Or as I open the introduction to my rational Bible, why did I honor my parents? Every single day of my life, even when I had hard times with them when I was younger. Because I believe God instructed me to honor your father and mother in the ten commandments.

Todd Starnes' Field Trip to the Reagan Ranch

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | Last month

Todd Starnes' Field Trip to the Reagan Ranch

"Gosh. So we get to this beautiful place and when you think about Ronald Reagan and you think about Nancy Reagan, they brought the glamour the glitz back to The White House. Hollywood. It was Hollywood. And they brought, you know, Ronald Reagan campaigned on this idea of wanting to make America great again. That was the actual slogan of his presidential campaign. Isn't that funny? Make America great again. So I get up there and I was thinking my mind, this is going to be like the ponderosa from bonanza, grace, I know you don't know what I'm talking about. Sorry. It goes right over there. But folks Google it. And teach your children, grace, we're working on that. We're educating you. You're getting an education. You're going to get masters class in good TV on this program. Yes. And I was thinking this palatial ranch and with I don't know, I wouldn't say servants, but ranch hands and maids and butlers and all that kind of stuff. So we get up there. And there was this sort of, I wouldn't say decrepit house, but it was really old. It was painted. It looked nice, but it wasn't anything glamorous. And you walk in and there's old furniture. It sparsely, you know, there's not a lot of furniture. There's a bed where this is where Reagan lived when he was back in California. There was a bed and your Reagan was the bed was small, and so they had to put like a nightstand at the end of the bed so Reagan's feet wouldn't dangle off the bed. My pillow didn't even exist. There was no my pillow there. And it was a very simple, it was a very straightforward ranch. There was folks, there was really not much to it. There was no glitz, no glamour. Very humble. Very humble abode. Very nice, clean. I mean, it was very, very pretty. I mean, the setting. And I was really struck by that.

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 Celtics reach NBA Finals, hold off Heat 100-96 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics reach NBA Finals, hold off Heat 100-96 in Game 7

"The Celtics are in the NBA Finals for the first time in 12 years following a 196 win over the heat in game 7 Jason Tatum jaylen Brown and Marcus smart combined for about three quarters of Boston's points with Tatum leading the way with 26 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Brown and smart each had 24 points for the Celtics the heat trail by 11 with three minutes left before storming back Jimmy Butler finished with 35 points and bam adebayo had 25 for Miami

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Udoka: C's need better start in Game 7 vs. Heat

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Udoka: C's need better start in Game 7 vs. Heat

"There's a bit of deja vu for the Celtics and heat heading into game 7 Sunday in Miami Ten years ago the Celtics led the Eastern Conference Finals three to two before LeBron James scored 45 points in Miami's win at Boston The heat captured the series in game 7 This time the heat earned a one 11 one O three victory over the Celtics behind a 47 point performance by Jimmy Butler The heat are hoping to reach the NBA Finals for the second time in three seasons The Celtics haven't been there since 2010 The warriors await and will host game one of the finals on Thursday

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Butler scores 47 points, Heat beat Celtics to force Game 7

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Butler scores 47 points, Heat beat Celtics to force Game 7

"Jimmy Butler and the heat have forced a game 7 in the Easter Conference Finals by holding off the Celtics one 11 one O three in Boston Butler delivered 26 of his game high 47 points in the second half and finished with 9 rebounds and 8 assists I think I did decent throughout the game but everybody else you know Vic's charge at the end Kyle playing with it He played and his injury I just feels great to get one on a row Kyle Lowry chipped in 18 points and ten assists after going scoreless in game 5 Lowry had 5 points in an 11 two run that erased Boston's 97 94 lead Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with 30 points and Derek white came off the bench to score 11 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter Game 7 will be Sunday in Miami I'm Dave

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Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

"Bam adebayo had a double double in the heat took a two games to one lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals with a one O 9 one O three win over the Celtics At a bio broke out of a scoring slump with 31 points and grabbed ten rebounds in a game the heat never trailed I feel like everybody walked into this arena you know locked in from the jump Like I said earlier they beat us like we stole something earlier Miami led by 25 in the first half but the Celtics got within 93 92 with two 40 remaining The heat played the second half without Jimmy Butler because of inflammation in this right knee PJ Tucker picked up the scoring slack with 17 points in max drus had 16 Jalen Brown pumped in 40 points for the Celtics who host came four on Monday I'm Dave

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Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

"Marcus smart was a rebound shy of a triple double finishing with 24 points on 8 of 22 shooting and dishing out 12 assists as the Celtics hammered the heat one 27 one O two Smart also was 5 of 12 from downtown as the Celtics drained 20 of their 43 point attempts Jayson Tatum had a team high 27 points for Boston which led by 25 at halftime Jaylen Brown finished with 24 points A great Williams had 19 Heat forward Jimmy Butler followed his 41 point performance in the opener by scoring 29 on Thursday but the rest of Miami starters added just 31 I'm Dave

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Butler scores 41, Heat take Game 1 from Celtics 118-107

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Butler scores 41, Heat take Game 1 from Celtics 118-107

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Heat beat 76ers 99-90 in Game 6 to advance to East finals

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Heat beat 76ers 99-90 in Game 6 to advance to East finals

"The the the the heater heater heater heater in in in in the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference finals finals finals finals for for for for the the the the second second second second time time time time in in in in three three three three years years years years following following following following a a a a ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine ninety ninety ninety ninety comeback comeback comeback comeback win win win win over over over over the the the the seventy seventy seventy seventy Sixers Sixers Sixers Sixers Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler Butler Butler pumped pumped pumped pumped in in in in thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points for for for for Miami Miami Miami Miami Butler Butler Butler Butler scored scored scored scored fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen points points points points on on on on six six six six of of of of nine nine nine nine shooting shooting shooting shooting in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter when when when when he he he he went went went went on on on on a a a a sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen to to to to run run run run to to to to take take take take control control control control next next next next to to to to set set set set twenty twenty twenty twenty points points points points eleven eleven eleven eleven rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds to to to to help help help help the the the the heat heat heat heat overcome overcome overcome overcome seven seven seven seven for for for for twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight shooting shooting shooting shooting from from from from three three three three point point point point range range range range Sixers Sixers Sixers Sixers center center center center Joel Joel Joel Joel Embiid Embiid Embiid Embiid shot shot shot shot just just just just seven seven seven seven of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four in in in in scoring scoring scoring scoring twenty twenty twenty twenty points points points points James James James James harden harden harden harden delivered delivered delivered delivered all all all all eleven eleven eleven eleven of of of of his his his his points points points points by by by by halftime halftime halftime halftime and and and and finished finished finished finished with with with with four four four four turnovers turnovers turnovers turnovers in in in in just just just just four four four four baskets baskets baskets baskets I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

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Heat roll past 76ers 120-85 in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Heat roll past 76ers 120-85 in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead

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Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

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Embiid returns from injury, 76ers beat Heat 99-79 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Embiid returns from injury, 76ers beat Heat 99-79 in Game 3

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CDC probing 109 liver illnesses in kids, including 5 deaths

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

CDC probing 109 liver illnesses in kids, including 5 deaths

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Adebayo, Butler lead Heat past 76ers 119-103 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Adebayo, Butler lead Heat past 76ers 119-103 in Game 2

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

03:41 min | 9 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Of a shyness that is criminal le vulgar. You would know that song if you heard it for sure. It's going to be one of those where you hear it and you go, oh, yeah. It is the song that everybody knows. But that was the smith. So that was before his solo work. But meat is murder and even going to his concert for that song like typically you want to have a good time at a concert, right? And Morrissey is like, I don't fucking care if you have a good time and so he during that song and it's a long song and it's all about how he thinks, you know, a lot like these atrocities going on within factory farms and how we treat animals and how we consume animals as just like any other assembly line kind of product. And so for the entire the entire song, he just, they pull down a projector and he just projected images of animals being slaughtered at slaughterhouses. And I feel like these are the kind of images that people need to see. We don't have to go into my politics, but there are a lot of reasons why he was such an important figure to me growing up. And then something about just the very unique sound that he has and the way he shapes his songs really spoke to me and if you were to label it as anything I guess back in the 80s, the Smiths were like doing this kind of post punk, it wasn't really new wave. It was something that they were shaping themselves that came out of those days of punk rock in the late 70s, early 80s. And then his 90s stuff and his stuff now, especially his stuff now. I guess you can just kind of label it as like generic rock. Really? Yeah. I don't know how I would label his newer stuff. He has a very unique way of singing and that that's why I can't really label it. It's not operatic, but he almost sings very like he reaches down deep and he can really project his voice and my parents just think he's nasally. I remember trying to, for my 21st birthday, we drove all the way to Las Vegas. They thought I would love going to Vegas. And I was like, oh, well, we get to listen to what I want to listen to in the car then. And I remember my dad having to turn it off. He's like, he's so whiny and nasally. Not for everybody, but that is how I would describe Morrissey, I guess. Do you think he's stronger as a music writer or as a lyricist? That's a good question because I honestly don't know how much help he has actually shaping his songs, writing the. Framework of the songs. I used to think that he was a poetic genius, and now I almost cringe. Listening back to some of his music and listening to his newer music, it almost seems like he's given up on. I don't know, trying to I think he used to be able to. Reach somewhere deep inside himself. And pluck out these pithy kind of.

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

02:54 min | 9 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"The show started. We're going to tell you Mike butler is here. He has his own podcast. And I'd like you to tell our listeners what that podcast is focused on. And then we'll go from there. That's a great idea. So I've been doing it for just a few months now. It's a podcast on etymology called get the word. I haven't released an episode in the past few weeks. I've been on vacation and but I have a whole list of ideas to cover. And it's been individual words like I think I did crow at some point and it's given me an opportunity to trace trace back the roots of words, but also just find little nuggets of interesting history around a word. I went into in the episode about crow, I went into the crow Indians, the crowd Native American tribe. And why they were called that and how it was like a bastardization of an existing word, if I remember correctly, but then I was able to talk about the tribe a little bit and recent recent efforts within the tribe to try to keep the language alive. So it's been a great opportunity to just kind of do some deep dives on an individual words and pluck out little interesting nuggets I did and then I've been doing phrases too, so I did one on the phrase ships passing in the night and it comes from a Henry wadsworth longfellow poem. And I was able to figure out that his family has a really long queer history that dates back since like the days of the 1800s. And there's just like generations of openly queer folks within his family and it's all documented and there's like a house you can visit in New England. I wouldn't have known anything about that if I just wasn't curious about where did that phrase come from ships passing in the night? Yeah, yeah. And it's an off shoot. This podcast is an offshoot of a podcast that I've been doing for like a year and a half called the English Sessions, which is a podcast for English learners. So yeah, that's how it started. I started on the English Sessions thinking, I should make some content for more advanced students. But then I realized this is really more for advanced students and native English speakers. So I decided to make it its own podcast. But every episode still has an audio transcript. So if a learner is listening to it, they can still read along if they can't understand exactly what I'm saying. That's brilliant..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

03:14 min | 9 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"You remember that sound? Yeah, you do. The 1990s, it was fun. Lots of fun music good times. Book ended but pop bands. And right in the middle, we got a little grungy. So many artists came and went from leftist wondering, what are they doing now? We know what marky Mark ended up doing, but what about the rest of the funky bunch? Alana has more said had a pop career before she made it big with jagged little pill. The KLF and EDM banned from England got Tammy oint to sing on one of their tunes. All kinds of crazy stuff happen and we're gonna talk to you about it with interviews with some of the biggest stars of the 90s on dope nostalgia, the podcast. I'm Naomi carmack and I'm your host, check us out on stitcher, Spotify. I choose anywhere you get your podcasts and look us up on the Internet at dope nostalgia dot com. Hey everybody, it's Mike, your host up get the word..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

07:53 min | 11 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to get started. Before the break, we mentioned Jean Jacques Rousseau, the Swiss philosopher who had an influence on those involved in the French Revolution, as well as an influence on the enlightenment movement. He died in 1778, which, if you were paying attention during the first half of the show, if your Jean jacket wasn't too tight, you will then know that this death predates the French Revolution. Now is the time to mention a man who did live through the revolution, a man named Pierre gaspard, chau met, who was president of the Paris commune during the years of the reign of terror. The Paris commune within this period of history in France refers to the government in power from 1789 to 1795. It is believed that in 1793, gave a speech linking this phrase, eat the rich to the Swiss philosopher, Rousseau. This is, according to one historian who published a ten volume history of the French Revolution decades later in the 1820s. Here it goes, according to this historian, shall met most likely in an effort to energize the crowd during his speech and fuel the flames of the revolution, uttered the words, quote, when the people shall have no more to eat, they will eat the rich. Attributing this phrase to the dead philosopher Rousseau. Many believe this was misattributed to Rousseau, there is no evidence that could link these words back to him. As he never wrote them down himself in any of his publications or anything ever found in his records. Therefore, these words can best be attributed to Adolf chair. The 19th century historian who included the information about shamet's speech in one of his volumes, chronicling the French, revolution. These volumes were written in the 1820s. So there you have it. All these years later, we are still using these words as a rallying cry to address inequality and injustice. When the people have no more to eat, they will eat the rich. A lot of the food insecurity we see in many places is fueled more by political reasons than by anything else. No wonder this phrase is popping up everywhere right now. I'd like to think we've come a long way as a species, since the bloody days of the French Revolution, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that our revolution will come from grassroots political movements and other nonviolent means of dismantling oppressive systems of power and control. What are your thoughts right into the podcast? Get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. You can also leave a message on the website, inglis sessions with Mike dot com. Leave a message and I'll play it on the podcast. I'd like to invite all of you into my fact cabinet. A repository for items I've been collecting over the years that always seem to pertain to the topics of these episodes. Here is one of those items right over here. It's an oxygen tank that I plan to donate to my local hospital. It's only a few liters, but I hope it helps. We've been seeing news about oxygen's shortages throughout the entirety of this COVID pandemic, by the way, not just in recent months. We are, of course, talking about liquid oxygen, the application of which greatly benefits those in need who are having trouble breathing, as well as those using it for industrial purposes, including in the gas submarine and aerospace industries. Remember when I told you that one rocket for one SpaceX launch uses 40,000 gallons of liquid oxygen? Let's put that into perspective. I found some numbers for other applications. For example, this one source I found says that about 4000 gallons, so just about 10% of the amount used by one of SpaceX's rockets is issued by the U.S. Air Force at one particular airfield per month. To help air crews breathe at high altitude. One month's supply of liquid oxygen used at a U.S. Air Force airfield is 10% the amount of one single space X rocket launch. The World Health Organization has come out with a report during the COVID-19 pandemic stating that COVID-19 patients requiring hospitalization require an average of 20 liters of oxygen per minute. That's a bit over 5 U.S. gallons per minute. 5.3 roughly. The 400,000 gallons of liquid oxygen used for one SpaceX rocket is therefore roughly 7500 57 minutes or close to 126 hours worth of oxygen. If this oxygen were being used to help COVID-19 patients to breathe. However, conversions and anything related to math is not my area of expertise. Please write into the podcast if you have a better estimation of just how far 40,000 gallons of liquid oxygen would go if used at a hospital to help people to stay alive. Ah, here's a copy of my local newspaper from just three days ago. The main headline is about the historic SpaceX launch that took place this week. This week marked the historic event of the first orbital space flight with only private citizens aboard. A major step in space tourism. A goal far from attainable for the vast majority of the people even privileged enough to participate in tourism. The event has gained mostly positive attention from the media, partly because the billionaire on board, Jared isaacman, has pledged to donate a $100 million out of his own pocket to the saint Jude children's research hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. It takes about $1 billion to operate saint Jude per year. Meanwhile, in recent weeks, the city of Orlando, located just 50 miles west of the launch of the SpaceX rocket this week has been encouraging all of its residents to limit water use because the liquid oxygen used for treating the water supply needs to be diverted to hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients. NASA has delayed its September launch due to the surge of COVID-19 patients and their need for liquid oxygen. What about you? Have you been told to limit your water usage during this pandemic while your country's billionaires enjoy space tourism? Right in and tell me more. Get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. I'd like to give a shout out to my latest Patreon supporters Anna and Chris. Thanks, guys. If you want to support the podcast and receive full transcripts of the audio, as well as tons of bonus content for English learners, go to Patreon dot com slash the English sessions and sign up for only one U.S. dollar per month. Also, don't forget I offer ad free episodes of get the word through anchor. Our podcast host, for less than one U.S. dollar per month. Show your love and support of all things nerdy. All these links and links to our social media can be found at link tree dot com slash get the word..

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

08:40 min | 11 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Mike here. If you haven't heard about anchor, it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer, anchor will distribute your podcast for you, so it can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts, and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to get started. Before the break, I mentioned a term I like to use word void. When a word or phrase enters a language because it fills in a gap where there was no word before. A specific meaning that is at least slightly different compared to similar, already existing words, I mentioned deja vu earlier, I can't think of another term in English that describes this phenomenon. It fills a word void in my opinion. I mentioned deja vu earlier, I can't think of another term in English that describes this phenomenon. It fills a word void in my opinion. What about Bon voyage? Let's think of other things we can say when saying goodbye to a friend who is about to leave on a trip, you can say have a safe trip, safe travels, godspeed. Have a nice trip, see you in the fall. One of my favorites on the playground as a kid. Is there something unique about Bon voyage? Perhaps it is the perfect thing to say when seeing someone off at the docks. About to board a ship or boat. Because of its related English word voyage. Which obviously has a Latin root as well and is defined as such in English. A long journey involving travel by sea or in space. However, I don't know about you, but when I hear voyage, I think of swashbuckling adventures long, long ago. It sounds rather dramatic and literary. I don't think I'd ever sincerely describe my trips as voyages. Something about Bon voyage seems to imply that it's quite a journey ahead. Perhaps if it's not by boat, then it's at least overseas. If my friend tells me they're heading to Missouri from a spot here in Kansas, two neighboring states here in the U.S., I wouldn't tell my friend Bon voyage. So it really does have its place. The French two English translation of good journey is certainly more fitting than an attempt to try to translate it as good voyage as voyage has been shaped over time to have a more specific meaning in English than just a trip or journey. However, it still is more appropriately used when a trip on a grand scale is about to take place. What are your thoughts? Right into the podcast, get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. That's get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. Here's my beloved copy of aesop's fables. A book with illustrations from my childhood that I treasure fondly. Aesop's fables often involved personified animals as the main characters of each fable, which makes the story perfect for children's picture books. Many of you probably already know that, but I have some lesser known facts to share about aesop. First, as I mentioned before, evidence suggests that he was a slave in ancient Greece. More specifically a phrygian slave. Phrygia was a kingdom in the west central part of Anatolia. In what is now turkey. The story goes that esop also had physical deformities, and perhaps even a speech impediment. A bust of aesop is now housed within a collection at the villa Albany in Rome. If you glance at this bust, it is obvious that he suffered from some type of physical deformity. It's also suggested by what has been written about esop, that he perhaps stuttered as well. It's an interesting potential detail of his life to ponder, considering the fact that he was a storyteller. Another interesting fact about aesop, that seems likely to have happened, he was murdered. It's not entirely clear why he was murdered, but it appears that he was thrown off a cliff following a visit to the religious sanctuary of Delphi. Where, story goes, his clever tales and sharp wit wasn't received very well by the local priestess. He was sentenced to death for blasphemy. A sad ending to the life of a man who, according to some scholars, may not have even been the one coming up with, all the fables that are now immutably attached to his name. Certain Sumerian proverbs that predate the life of esop seem to have similar structures and storylines. However, most scholars do seem to agree that there was a man named esop and several ancient texts mention a man by that name, described as a storyteller. I have an announcement to make. Going forward, the full transcripts of get the word and the English sessions will be made available only to my subscribers on Patreon. However, it's very easy to sign up. For only one U.S. dollar per month, you can become a member of the English Sessions Patreon page. You will have access to the full audio transcripts of episodes, as well as archived material for English learners, including test preparation, interviews, conversations with other learners, and more. It's easy to sign up and you can cancel any time. What do you have to lose? It's only one U.S. dollar. Go to Patreon dot com slash the English sessions to sign up today. That's PAT. Dot com slash the English Sessions. If you have any questions, please email me. Get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. Your support means a lot to me. It's what helps me to stay motivated to continue making content. If you like what you hear and you want access to the full audio transcripts, then head on over to Patreon dot com slash the English Sessions. Also, don't forget, I offer ad free episodes of get the word through anchor. Our podcast host, for less than one U.S. dollar per month. Show your love and support of all things nerdy. All these links and links to our social media can be found at link tree dot com slash get the word. That's link tree dot com slash get the word. Podcast artwork by Bruno Sanchez, you can find a link to his work in the show notes. Music performed by the monroeville music center. Production editing and research performed by me. Mike butler. Right into the podcast and give us your comment that email again is get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. We'd love to hear from you. Until next time, this is Mike signing off. Hey there, do you like movies, cartoons, video games, anime, and everything in between? Then we have a show for you. The four nerds buy nerds podcast. Every week, Josh and Ben bring you all the latest and greatest in movie reviews, the news, commentaries, interviews, special guests, and tons of bonus episodes. New episodes come out every Monday. We also make great nerdy content on our YouTube channel. You can find our show anywhere podcasts are found. The foreigners banners podcast. You're one stop for all your nerdy needs. Stay nerdy, my Friends..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

07:42 min | 11 months ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

01:45 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

03:46 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Will to switch podcasts now, but I hope you'll stick around. Hey, Mike here. If you haven't heard about anchor, it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer, anchor will distribute your podcast for you, so it can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts, and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to get started. Okay, let's look at fate. In Islam, fate, or qadar, is the decree of God. There definitely is a kind of decision from the gods quality to fate. Fate. One's lot or destiny or one's guiding spirit. Also from Latin for prophetic declaration of what must be Oracle prediction. Although predict and Modern English has a sense of estimation or guessing, the Latin root of predict is translated to something more like made known beforehand or declared. Often fate is in a bad sense in Latin. Bad luck ill fortune mishap ruin, or a pest or plague. Fate comes from Latin, yes, but there is a deeper Proto indo European root translating to speak to tell to say in the 1580s we have the same sense or meaning of one of the three goddesses, clotho, lacos, and atropos, who determine the course of a human life. This comes from the ancient Greek mythology tale of the mouri, often known in English as the fates. In the tale these three goddesses preside over the lives of humans and determine their destinies. In particular, the individuals allotment of misery and suffering. So why 1580s as the emergence of this use of fate in the English language? This tale dates back to well before the 16th century. Well, several sources tell us that this tale of Greek mythology was not translated into English or at the very least not put into English print until the 1580s. Engram, which tracks the use of words and prints dating all the way back to the year 1500, confirms this information 1587 to be exact. However, I did find mention of clotho, lacos, and attributes, and a scanned copy of a book entitled the golden book of the leaden goddess, wherein is described the vain imaginations of heathen pagans and counterfeit Christians, which has a print date of 1577. So if I had to make an effort to differentiate the two terms, I would say that fate can be about the present whereas destiny is more about the future. You have to reach your destiny, but when something happens, often when something goes wrong, you can blame it on the hands of fate. What are your thoughts right into the podcast? Get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. Help me out here..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

05:21 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Greetings, nerds. It's Mike. Host of get the word. Don't worry, I'm a nerd too. I mean it as a term of endearment. I've always been a nerd. I guess it was just my fate. Or was it my destiny? Um. In this episode, we'll dive into both words to figure out the best word to use. In a recent session with a student of mine, I was asked the question, what is the difference between fate and destiny? I didn't have a good answer. I felt as dumb as a computer terminal with no independent processing capability. I felt as dumb as the contestants on the great trivia podcast go fact yourself. During their what's the difference round? Big thanks to Helen Hong and Jake Keith van stratten. Over at go fact yourself for plugging get the word in a recent episode. I paid them to, but either way, much appreciated. If I recall with my student, I believe I tried to track down the etymological routes of both words to give me a clue. As I tend to point out in my classes, sometimes words that seem to have overlapping meaning in English come from two disparate origins and therefore entered English at different times, allowing room for both to exist in the language. However, fate and destiny have more overlap than I'm used to. And both emerged around the same time. With both fate and destiny we have Latin roots, but they did veer a bit before entering the English lexicon. Let's get into it. According to one source, both fate and destiny popped up in the English language in the same century, the 14th century. Some evidence suggests that destiny appeared first in the middle of the century. So let's start there. Destiny is defined as the events that will necessarily happen to our particular person or thing in the future. A secondary definition from Oxford reads this way. The hidden power believed to control what will happen in the future. Semicolon, fate. So without even looking at a thesaurus, one can define the word destiny with the word fate. Destiny appears to have come from old French and before that from a Latin word that could be translated to make firm or establish to make firm to establish. So as a person in control of their own destiny or not. Is your destiny already laid out for you by a force out of your control? Must you then reach your destiny through your own actions? The examples from Oxford may or may not provide any clarity, quote, she was unable to control her own destiny and he believes in destiny. You have the choice to.

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

02:07 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Or right into the podcast, get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. You can leave a message for the podcast by going to the English Sessions website, WWW dot, English sessions with Mike dot com or by going to our anchor FM page anchor FM forward slash git, hyphen, the hyphen word, where you can also make a donation to the podcast to keep this thing going. Thank you for all your support, everyone. Podcast artwork by Bruno Sanchez. You can find a link to his work in the show notes. Music performed by the monroeville music center, production editing and.

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

04:06 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"I'd like to read a little bit more from this letter written to Vincent Price from Judith Evelyn. Note that mister manningham is price's character in the play, the gaslighter. Quote, as far as I'm concerned, you and I never gave a performance worth a damn from the moment you began thinking of mister manningham as a sole creation of the part of Vincent Price. Irrespective of and oblivious to any intermingling thoughts and actions between the two characters. A real artistic achievement is only possible between two people when they are friendly enough to discuss a scene without rancor and in an honest endeavor to help one another, not hinder. Evelyn did not keep her thoughts private. A quote barrage of criticism followed in the wake of this production against Vincent Price. According to his daughter, it seemed to have quite an effect on him. And from that time forward, it appears he worked hard to, quote, develop a reputation as the sole of consideration to his costars. Okay, here's a larger item in the fact cabinet. My loyal listeners will remember that my collection includes some fine classic automobiles. Here's a rare one for you. It's a 1960 gaslight automobile, manufactured in Detroit, Michigan, USA, by the gaslight motors corporation, which lasted from only 1960 to 1961. It is a replica of a much older vehicle than 1902 rambler. Why anyone back in the 1960s would want a replica of such a primitive automobile is beyond me. It is built on a 77 inch wheelbase and weighs a mere 640 pounds. This beast is powered by a then modern air cooled single cylinder engine of four horsepower. The price at the time was $1495. That's amazing. My handy dandy inflation calculator tells me that $1495 in $1960 is roughly 13,789 U.S. dollars today. That seems impractical. Perhaps that's why the company only lasted a year. Luckily, I won mine in a wager. Amongst some fellow podcasters to see which of us could come out with the nerdiest topics for episodes. My recent episodes on gumshoe and groovy put me over the top for the win. Let's see if we can start it up, shall we? Well, it's not like I'm going to many places on modern roads anyway with a four horsepower engine. Before we end today, I'd like to share a message left for the podcast. Now, the audio is a bit hard to understand, but I really appreciate the gesture and support. So I'm going to play it anyway. Good morning. Listen to what plasma is very nice. Maybe it might seem like it's full. This one is always easy. When you respond to watch. Thank you very much. I want to do the best. Thank you so much, my garbled friend. I don't know what went wrong, but I hope you hear this and could maybe attempt another one

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

01:42 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Hey, Mike here. If you haven't heard about anchor, it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer, anchor will distribute your podcast for you, so it can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts, and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to get started. Let's get to what engram shows us, which traces the use of words and phrases in print dating all the way back to the year 1500. There was an initial spike in use around the middle of the 19th century of the words gum and chew, as two separate words together. Most of these printed sources do seem to refer to shoes. That makes sense. And then we get to the 20th century. The clinical reporter from June 1903, which appears to have been released to the public by the homeopathic medical college of Missouri, uses gumshoe as a descriptor. Quote, the question of alum in our baking powder and drinking water will not be left to the chicanery of gumshoe politicians and boodling boo ING, legislators, but all food products and provisions necessary to the comfort of our bodies will be protected by proper laws and ministered by medical boards and plague and pestilence.

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

03:58 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Anyone in the UK right into the podcast get the word podcast at Gmail dot com and let us know if you ever use the term plimsoll to refer to a rubber and canvas shoe. Anyway, we're getting too off track here. So we see the rise of rubber shoes in the 19th century, and that same century we also see the inventor and engineer Charles Goodyear, receive a patent for vulcanized rubber and inventors like Humphrey O'sullivan, the first two patent rubber heel for shoes toward the end of the century and also Elijah McCoy, who helped to further improve upon the robber hill. So what's the big deal about rubber shoes or gum shoes? What do they have to do with detectives? Well, think about this. A private eye needs to be sneaky, right? They need to be able to sneak around as quietly as possible. You don't want squeaky shoes when you're trying to be stealthy. Let's compare. Certain other types of shoes can be pretty squeaky. Like leather shoes. Here's a leather shoe. Here's a gum shoe. Leather shoe, gumshoe. One source traces the term gumshoe for describing a detective to the year 1906. Merriam Webster gives us the dates 1913 for the first known use of gumshoe to describe a detective as a noun and 1930 for the first known use of gumshoe to describe a verb. The action of being a detective, as in, wow, Philip was really gum chewing it up yesterday. According to Jonathan green, well known lexicographer and author of green's dictionary of slang, we can trace gumshoe to describe a person or the actions of said person a bit farther back than the dates I just mentioned. Let's see what he's dug up and then I'll get to what I found in my own research looking at primary sources. Mister Green points us to several books..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

16:43 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Ahoy there on my nerdy Friends, it's Mike, fancy spotting you here in the endless podcast to see. Today we're talking about an idiom, or idiomatic expression. What's that? It's a phrase with a meaning that is not clear by just looking at the individual words. Or by its literal meaning. My two cents was another episode about an idiomatic expression. Today, since we're here floating on the waters of the sea of etymology, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about the origin of the phrase ships passing in the night. This took me down quite a journey. So I'll use it in a sentence. If this expression is new to you, try to guess what it means based on the rest of the sentence. Sam and Mary are chips passing in the night. Okay, not enough information, all right. Let's get some examples from the Internet. Brad bang is one of the top male supermodels in the world. Grace soul is a passionate but fragile actress, despite their growing troubled relationship after a series of rehearsals and one fateful night, grace falls for Brad, only to realize that, despite needing each other, their love is forbidden. Oh wait, this is from a billboard dot com article titled Frank Ocean may be starring in an upcoming film ships passing in the night. Oh God, what is happening? I'm sinking here..

"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

08:21 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Hi everyone, it's Mike. Today we're talking about a word that most would argue is definitely past its peak popularity, groovy. We'll look at the interesting origin of this word and also why we have seen a resurgence in popularity of the word groovy over recent decades. Let's start with the definition. The most common uses of groovy are standing in for words like excellent, enjoyable, exciting. There are about a million synonyms for groovy, but I'll narrow it down to just a few of my favorites. Awesome. Dynamite, a cool, primo, radical, righteous, stellar. You get the idea. When you think of the word groovy, you probably think of the 1960s, 70s hippie culture and slang, and there's a reason for that. We can see its peak popularity in print around 1971. The less popular variant spelling of GR O V EY reached its peak popularity in 1969, right around this time we were seeing groovy being used in advertising and plays and musicals, music. It was all over the place. This word was everywhere in the 60s and 70s. Musical groups like Simon and Garfunkel were telling us we've got a groovy thing going on, which was the flip side to their more well-known hit the sounds of silence, better known as the sound of silence, and then one year later, Simon and Garfunkel wanted to remind us that they were still feeling groovy by releasing the 59th street bridge song, AKA feeling groovy. Interestingly enough, we've got a groovy thing going on was spelled GR oh VE when it was released and feeling groovy was released with the more common spelling of GR oh vy. We also had somebody groovy in 1966 by The Mamas & the Papas, groovy people by Lou Rawls in 1976, bands like the flamin grooves from San Francisco who formed in the mid 60s. And even TV programs like the groovy show from 1967 to 1970 and a cartoon show called the groovy ghoulies, which ran from 1970 to 1972. The term predates the counterculture movements of the 60s and the USA, however. And can actually be traced all the way back to the 1850s. So let's dive in. The earliest uses in print that I as well as edam online dot com can find that date back to the mid 19th century are with a literal use with groovy being an adjective related to a groove. Or in other words, a long, narrow cut or depression, especially one made to guide motion. This will be the word we eventually will use to describe the depressions cut into a phonograph record, which we will talk a bit more about in a second. So we were seeing groovy being used just to relate to the surface of something a groovy surface, quote, groovy surfaces, which destroy the circularity of the holes. Is one use I found dating back to 1852, in case you were wondering the word groove does share the same etymological root that gives us the modern day use of grave. As in a hole in the ground for a dead body. Both have the same Proto indo European root, which also can be translated to other English words we use today, including dig, Barry, and scratch. And in case you were wondering, Proto indo European refers to prehistoric populations of Eurasia and the languages they spoke. All of which had quite an impact on many modern day languages. A figurative sense of groove has been traced back to 1852, but wasn't associated with anything exciting or good, rather it meant you were stuck in a rut or just that you had a routine. We most definitely use groove in this way in Modern English. As well as the phrase being in the groove, which often means you are performing consistently well at something. In case you were wondering, this figurative sense for being in a routine or rut, which in my mind evokes an image of a record needle being stuck in a groove slowly spiraling toward the center of a record, does seem to predate the phonograph, which wouldn't be invented until the 1870s. Let's talk about the phonograph now. Anyone familiar with vinyl records knows that you must drop the stylus or needle into grooves that have been etched into a flat round disk. Before it was flat disks, it was wax cylinders. The disk phonograph record was the dominant audio recording format in the 20th century, and of course, is still around today. Groove to mean the spiral cuts in a phonograph record, most likely dates back to the turn of the 20th century. Let's go back to groovy, the slang sense related to excellent or enjoyable predates the hippie movement of the 1960s and can be traced back to the jazz scene of the 1930s. According to well-known linguist D Garry Miller, groovy was adapted as a term for capable jazz musicians who were themselves in the groove. In some way around 1937, Miller also points out that the more general sense of something being excellent or cool, would catch on as popular teen slang by the 1950s. Based on our timeline, it wouldn't surprise me one bit that some of you are making a connection between the rise of groovy as a slang term and the rising popularity of recorded music on disk phonograph records in the 1930s. Among which were many great jazz recordings. I'm right there with you. However, according to the book, flappers to rappers, American youth slang by Tom, Tommy Dorsey, the famous jazz trombones and band leader of the big band era, known as the sentimental gentleman of swing, argues that there was no connection between the grooves of a record and the rise of the slang term. The Dorsey was quoted in the San Francisco call bulletin in 1942 as saying, quote, when the boys and I hear a good record nowadays, we says it's groovy. Last year, that would have been in the groove. The expression has nothing to do with the grooves on the record's surface. It just means we think it's a fine piece of music. Perhaps one of the earliest uses in print of groovy as a counterculture slang term comes from Cab Calloway's jive dictionary, which was first printed in 1938. Cab Calloway was an American jazz singer, dancer, band leader, actor, and the man who helped introduce jazz slang, being used in the 1930s, particularly in New York's Harlem district, to the general public, with his jive dictionary. In the jive dictionary, groovy is defined simply as an adjective for fine. With the example I feel groovy. Callaway had a long career in jazz and has memorable roles in popular films, including the Cincinnati kid from 1965, and the 1980 John Belushi Dan Aykroyd film, The Blues Brothers, in which Callaway performs his big hit, many of the moocher. Despite periods of semi dormancy, like in the mid 80s, groovy has never gone away. After the break, we'll talk about more recent spikes in the popularity of this word. Stay with us..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

04:47 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Comics still runs every week in the Sunday post. The bruins have a cottage up in the hills as a holiday home that they refer to as a button bent. A one source online, a worldwide word dot org, boldly claimed that the survival of this term the old button Ben can be placed squarely on this long running comic strip in the Sunday post. Here's an item from the fact cabinet, which is not too exciting, but will serve me well. It's a plug adapter to convert a U.S. plug into a UK plug to fit in UK outlets. You see my partner and I are headed to Scotland in November to track down her family heritage. Shout out to the McNeil clan of the isle of Barra, reach out to the podcast if you have any suggestions or tips for our trip through Ireland and Scotland. Anyway, have you ever wondered why we don't just have a standard voltage around the world? For example, the standard outlet in the U.S. delivers one ten to one 20 volts. But a good chunk of the rest of the world, including the UK, has a two 20 to 40 Volt system. You see the U.S. was ahead of the game and putting electricity to practical use back in the day. In the early days of electricity in the U.S., the lower voltage seemed like the most practical for electric lights. As higher voltages were burning out, lightbulbs quickly. Therefore, hundreds of power plants in the USA in the early days of electricity adopted one ten one 20 volts, as the standard. As time passed in other parts of the world, started to become just as connected as the U.S. and an electric grid. Engineers started figuring out how to make 220 volts, bulbs, that wouldn't burn out so quickly. Also, a two 20 Volt system is going to be more efficient. A higher voltage leads to a lower level of current required to produce the same amount of power, as one ten. The U.S. has stuck with the one ten one 20 Volt system over the years, though. Partly because we had so much money and infrastructure already invested in a one 21 ten Volt system. But since many other parts of the world didn't have so much time and energy invested in a one 21 ten system, they decided to just go ahead with or update to two 20 or two 40 Volt system. And many homes throughout the U.S. though, to this day, you can find one or two 20 outlets to power larger devices like dryers and electric stoves. That's all for today's episode. Right into the podcast. Get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. Give us your word suggestions, and I'll take them into consideration for the podcast. Please rate and review this podcast anywhere that you can. It's super helpful. Podcast artwork by Bruno Sanchez. You can find a link to his work in the show notes, music performed by the monroeville music center, production editing and research performed by me, Mike butler, right into the podcast and give us your comments that email again is get the word podcast at Gmail dot com. We'd love to hear from you. Until next time, this is Mike signing off. Welcome to the English Sessions. I am your host and English teacher Mike butler. This podcast is for English learners who want to learn English from an experienced educator. I share my passion about language and many awesome topics throughout this podcast. We focus on grammar pronunciation, structure, and try to have some fun, too. There is something for everyone on the English Sessions podcast. Are you a more advanced English learner or a native English speaker? Then you'll enjoy our series called get the word. This series is about etymology. The history and origin of words in English. For example. Did you know that the word zombie was originally the name of a West African snake God? Join us if you want to improve your English skills. Join us if you are a grammar and etymology nerd like myself. For an archive of resources and much more, go to English sessions with Mike dot com. The English sessions with Mike butler, available and Spotify, Apple podcasts, and wherever you get your podcasts..

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"  butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

05:34 min | 1 year ago

" butler" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Hello everyone, it's Mike, your host of get the word and etymology podcast for word nerds. I'm also an ESL teacher. I guide people through their journey of learning the English language. On a regular basis, I end up being the one learning new words from my students. Today's word for our podcast episode is one of those words that I learned from a student of mine. Ben. No, not the student. And I'm not talking about the biblical name Ben, short for Benjamin. Nor am I talking about the way I and some other people pronounce the past participle form of the verb to be. Hey, I can't help my accent. Oh, in a very grown-up voice. Now, what have you been doing to yourself? No, I'm actually talking about the word BEN Ben, lower case, the only lower case entries in both Oxford and merriam Webster that relate to several words and definitions. All labeled as Scottish English. Let's look at the definitions and then get down to the bottom of this, shall we? Let's start with Oxford. Two separate entries both labeled Scottish, both with an origin dating to the late 18th century. The first Ben a high mountain or mountain peak, as in Ben Nevis, which is the highest mountain in Scotland. The second Ben refers to the inner room in a two roomed cottage. As in I'll go to sleep in the Ben. So the first definition Ben, as a high mountain or mountain peak, can be traced to a Gaelic word, which I've heard pronounced as Bain. One source gives a very specific date of 1788 for entry into the English lexicon. Now without any other information given as to why this specific date, 1788 is referenced, I can then only speculate, and therefore won't even bother. However, our second definition of Ben BEN to describe the inner room in a two roomed cottage is most certainly related to the third definition of Ben that we can find in the merriam Webster dictionary, which is also listed as Scottish and as a synonym for within. Listed both as an adverb and preposition, which could lead to silly sounding sentences, such as I am Ben the Ben. In other words, I am within the inner room of a two room cottage. Alongside within, I've also dug up inside as a synonym for this Ben. So within or inside, this Ben is a dialect variant of the middle English bin, which is roughly the same as within or inside in Modern English. Now let's have some fun with language. Remember how I said this ties to our inner room of the simple two roomed cottage? So we have Ben because it is the inner room of the cottage. Ben being another word for inside, or within. Well, any guesses on what the Scots sometimes call the outer room of these small cottages. B UT, but a but. For anyone who's been through Scotland or is from Scotland, you may have seen a sign for a button Ben. But this type of small cottage. For you see, but the popular conjunction we use today all the time, has its origin in an old English word that would now in Modern English be closer to the use of the words outside and without. Now you know, button Ben comes from two words that can also mean inside and outside. So you have the inside room of the cottage and the outside room together. To form a butt and Ben. Shout out to the button Ben restaurant between Dundee and Aberdeen. Serving seafood on the eastern shores of Scotland and high tea on Sundays. An entry listed as archaic in Oxford gives us a definition of butt defined as without the example given being this phrase. It never rains, but it pours. In other words, it never rains without it being the case that it pours. After the break will open up the fact cabinet. Stay with us. Hey, Mike here. If you haven't heard about anchor, it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer, anchor will distribute your podcast for you, so it can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts, and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to.

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